St Mawes

Seven — New

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Bedroom details

4 Bedrooms (Sleeps 8 + cot)

Bedroom 1

1 x super king

Bedroom 2

1 x super king

Bedroom 3

1 x double

Bedroom 4

1 x twin

In between the Cornish slate and thatched roofs of one of Cornwall's most picturesque coastal idylls resides the beautiful Seven in St Mawes. A whitewashed fisherman's cottage perched on the village's glistening waterfront, our stunning homestay for eight is a true sanctum by the sea. With mere metres from door to shore, it promises the sweetest ocean forays and boasts uninterrupted views over the Percuil River and St Anthony Head.

Exuding comfort and luxury inside, gorgeous interiors by Neptune propose a soothing, spacious sanctuary for relaxing and gathering with loved ones. Meanwhile, the alfresco hot tub in the private garden tempts for twilight dips and Champagne sips. Awake to the sound of lapping waves each morning and weave each day into a dream of fairytale proportions, enjoying the array of attractions and collection of award-winning eateries nearby, before returning to Seven and immersing in sheer bliss with nothing but relaxation on the agenda.


Living and dining

Inviting for heavenly gatherings with darling coterie and peaceful moments alone, the living area of Seven is simply sublime. In an open-plan design curated for comfort by Neptune, the lounge is bathed in sunlight and layered lighting, framing spectacular ocean vistas from sea-view windows. Lining the ceiling are beautiful beams, while adorning the walls are natural shades exuding tranquillity and subtly reflecting the soft Silurian limestone of the Roseland coast. Offering irresistible comfort are two-seater sofas in mocha and two sumptuous armchairs, while adding entertainment are a Smart TV with Netflix and a Sonos speaker.

Please note, the wood burning stove is not available for guest use.

Adjoining the lounge is an elegant dining area with a family-sized dining table that showcases the stunning aesthetics of natural timber with an exposed oak top. Encompassed by eight wicker chairs in black that tastefully complement the room's twin lampshades and picture frames, the dining table provides space for all the family and presents a beautiful setting for meals together. For further choice, a snug-come-games room in deep peacock blue rests at the back of the house and offers a serene space to curl up with a book or indulge in a game or two.


Eating

The most idyllic space to craft fare with a glass of something delicious in hand, the kitchen resides on the ground floor and awaits with everything you need for culinary creativity. Curating a sense of fluid harmony, the walls couple the same natural shades of the living area, while underfoot, organic nuances are celebrated with exposed wood flooring. At the centre of the room, a painted kitchen island is paired with three breakfast stools for drawn-out mornings, made even more dreamy with an aromatic brew from the coffee machine. Meanwhile, painted oak cabinetry in a timeless Shaker style provides ample space for cooking and houses an array of modern appliances and accoutrements. Fusing heritage and modernism, a focus on simple lines is softened with open shelves, painted beams and finished with coastal-inspired artwork. Connecting indoor and outdoor spaces, a glass patio door also opens from the kitchen to an outdoor terrace and steps leading up to the private garden.


Sleeping and bathing

Seven's first bedroom brings dreams to life with spellbinding views over the Percuil River and the open sea. Featuring an oh-so comfortable super king perfect for lingering lie-ins, it resides on the first floor and marries delicate blush and slate tones alongside off-white walls and floral inflections. A wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside tables provide space for stowing belongings, while dimmer lights provide atmospheric ambience. This bedroom is complete with a comfortable Neptune Rupert stool and an ensuite with a shower for comfort and convenience.

The tranquil second bedroom overlooks the garden and benefits from floor-to-ceiling patio doors that lead directly to the enclosed garden and alfresco hot tub. Bathed in calming hues and illuminated by dimmer lights, it has a super king bed with a Kingfisher blue headboard and warm cushions and throws. Providing space for storing treasures are a chest of drawers, wardrobe and twin bedside tables, while a Rupert stool takes pride of place at the foot of the bed. This bedroom enjoys its own ensuite bathroom with a shower.

Beckoning for nights of restful repose, the light-filled third bedroom awaits with a beautiful Larsson double bed dressed in the finest linens. Inspired by the woodlands that frame the waterways of the Helford and beyond, this bedroom takes organic inspiration and embodies soft, earthy shades. Setting soft lighting are dimmer lights and twin lamps atop bedside tables, while affording natural light and direct access to the private garden and bubbling hot tub are glass patio doors. For added perfection, this bedroom benefits from an ensuite bathroom with a shower and bath for soothing soaks.

An idyllic sanctuary for children or friends, Seven's fourth bedroom is a fabulous twin room with two single beds with Neptune Olivia headboards and adorned in super-soft sheets. Pretty as a picture, it is brushed with a peaceful palette and stars an alcove cottage window with uninterrupted views over the water and St Anthony Head beyond. Curated with elegance, it features an Alex stool, a wardrobe, chest of drawers and pale blue bedside table topped with a lamp for nighttime reads. This bedroom also has an ensuite complete with a shower.


Outdoor space

Located on the waterfront, Seven enjoys breathtaking ocean panoramas to the front, as well as a beautiful, enclosed patio garden to the rear. A peaceful suntrap sheltered by stone walls and manicured greenery, it is home to an outside table with seating for up to eight and two raised garden areas. Proposing alfresco feasts under beaming sunshine is a BBQ, while for soul-soothing dips under cosmic skies is an outdoor tub, complete with an outside shower.


Parking

From the 30th October to 1st April parking is available on the road in front of Seven. Outside of this season, parking is available in St Mawes car park less than a half a mile away.


Babies and children

Children and one babe-in-arms are most welcome at Seven. A cot and highchair are provided upon request.


Dogs

This is one of our pet-free properties.


In the Area

The Roseland Peninsula is a place of unforgettable beauty, traced by a golden hem of sandy beaches and sewn with a tapestry of pastoral scenes that blend with ancient woodland valleys. Situated on the end of the western tip of the peninsula, St Mawes on the Roseland is especially renowned for its quiet glamour. Spend time tracing its streets on foot, exploring the village's collection of shops and galleries and lounging on sandy beaches in summer. Particularly tempting for flavoursome moments are the renowned pubs and restaurants, such as the Tresanton Hotel, Idle Rocks, St Mawes Hotel, The Rising Sun and The Watch House. For treats on the go, visit Da Bara Bakery on The Parade, or for secret feasts, head over to The Hidden Hut in nearby Portscatho.

To uncover more of the surrounds on foot, pick up the South West Coast Path and wander as far as you please, making sure to pay a visit to the preserved sixteenth century artillery fortress of St Mawes Castle less than half a mile away. You can also hop aboard the passenger ferries running between St Mawes and St Anthony's Head for beautiful walks or Falmouth for boutique shopping and café hopping. If you go to Falmouth, secure a fine dining reservation at either The Mulberry or Culture Restaurant. For road trips through gorgeous scenery, leisurely drives from St Mawes lead to the National Trust's Trelissick Estate on the Fal Estuary, Tregothnan Estate and tea gardens in Tresillian, and the leafy depths of the Helford River. To journey through time, a trip to Caerhays Castle in Gorran is a must, meanwhile a visit to the Roseland's Porthcurnick and Towan beaches rewards with spellbinding coastalscapes and blankets of soft sand for unmissable days by the shore.


An oceanside paradise, our heavenly homestay in St Mawes promises an unforgettable sojourn by a glittering sea, complete with a dreamy alfresco hot tub.

At a glance

From £1,384 for a long weekend or mid week break.

Sleeps 8 + cot | 4 Bedrooms | No pets

Key features

Courtyard Garden

Downstairs bedroom

Fabulous restaurants and bars nearby

Family friendly

Ferry from St Mawes to Falmouth

Multi Generational Holidays

Pet-free property

Picturesque village setting

Al Fresco eating

Autumnal escapes

Baby on Board

Short walk to a café or restaurant

Stone's throw from the sea

Travel cot and highchair

WiFi

Coastal

Sea views

Walking distance to the beach

Super King Bed

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Short breaks:

  • Mid Week Breaks (Mon to Fri) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
  • Long Weekends (Fri to Mon) cost 75% of the weekly rate.
  • Short breaks are not available at Christmas and New Year.

Payments:

  • A 13 deposit & £40 booking fee secures your dates.
  • Payment of balance is due 8 weeks before your holiday starts.
  • There is a charge of £38 per pet per week or short break
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